There are no crowds, no Telecom communication equipment, inconvenient transportation, and almost isolated from the world. However, there are vast deserts, blue sky, and rolling snow-capped mountains, which always give people different special feelings.
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It is a 22-story concrete building and one of the most eye-catching buildings in the Congress District. It was designed by Italian architect Mario Palanti and invested and built by LuisBarolo, a tycoon in the fabric industry at the time. Completed in 1923, it was the tallest building in Buenos Aires at that time. The unique design of this building is inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy. The building is 100 meters high, and each meter represents a chapter of the Divine Comedy; the building has 22 floors, and each floor represents a paragraph, divided into hell, purgatory and heaven. On the top floor is a lighthouse building, you can see the whole city in 360 degrees.
You have to go, you really have to go, it’s so fun, compared to the people in the square, this is really a good place to keep quiet.
Some shops are in the form of fishing boats. You can sit on the top of the boat for a better appreciation. The boat sells some drinks, such as beer and juice. The riverside population is an amusement park
The Delta is a big water transportation to reach, the natural landscape here is good, there are many shops, some shops are in the form of fishing boats.